This comes a few months after the CEO of Darling Records, Mimi Andani had disclosed that NaaNa breached a contract she had with her label.
She, therefore, requested NaaNa Blu should pay them an amount of GHS 500,000 as compensation for breaching her contract or desist from recording any more songs with the new record label.
It is not clear what became of that matter but NaaNa Blu is seriously promoting her new EP.
The body of work by the ‘No Pressure’ Singer has five (5) highlife songs.
According to her, she decided to do a music collection on highlife because she grew up listening to the type of songs from her grandparents and has since fallen in love with it.
The album is available on online streaming platforms.
NaaNa has songs such as ‘Sugar Cane’, ‘No Pressure’, ‘Afehyiapa’ and ‘Save Us.’